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  • Adrean Norcross (c.1584 - 1639)
    John Bland Smith, our immigrant ancestor was born in England to Anthony and Adrian Bland. Anthony must have died for we find Adrian married second to a James Smith which John took on the name of Smith ...
  • Anna Barnes (1615 - 1691)
    Biography Anna ( _____ ) Barnes was named as the wife of Thomas Barnes in his 1671 will. Smith, Dean Crawford. The Ancestry of Emily Jane Angell 1844-1910. Edited by Melinde Lutz Sanborn (Boston: New E...
  • Donald Norcross, U.S. Congress
    Norcross, a Representative from New Jersey; born in Camden, Camden County, N.J., December 13, 1958; graduated from Pennsauken High School, Pennsauken, N.J., 1977; A.S., Camden County College, Camden, N...
  • George Norcross
    E. Norcross III (born 1956) is an insurance executive, community leader, philanthropist and a Democratic Party leader in New Jersey.Norcross currently serves as Executive Chairman of Conner Strong & Bu...
  • Hannah Norcross (c.1674 - 1743)
    Children of Edward Sanderson and Mary Eggleston are: v. Hannah Sanderson , born about 1658 / 08/05/1674 in probably Watertown, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States; died 14 March 1743 in Weston, Mi...

About the Norcross surname

All Norcross(e)'s come from England. The family roots are in Ribchester, Lancashire, England and can be traced back to 1210 in the Lancashire Assizies as Northcroft (the folks who lived in the north farm, at that time a farm was called a croft). Now Ribchester lies some 10 miles due east of Preston and some 30 miles north of Manchester. Most historians who have studied this line will tell you we all come from Ribchester. Our most famous ancient ancestor is Henry Norcrosse, Viccar de Rybchester 1573 to 1616 who had a very Unitarian approach to life and living. For more information contact ... philipgross [AT]